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TiYfl breed to the common, or=
^^?^ dinary turkey, when you can
raise them to weigh an average of i 8
pounds at shipping time? Itcosts no
more to grow a fine turkey than it
does a scrub, then that extra weight
is clear money.
We have young Toms weighing
22 pounds now, (Jan. i), and hens
that weigh 16 pounds. Get you some
before they are all gone. Only a
limited number kept back. Prices
reasonable. Write us at once.
BURKES GARDEN MILLS
John P. Gosc, Prop.
BURKE'S GARDEN, VA.
Their Yesterdays, by Harold Bell Wright ^8?}>
Gift of the Grass, In- Jno. Trotwood Moore ^
The White Shield, by Myrtle Reed r$S>
Mirnbles Island, by Louis Tracy J&>
The Romance of Billy Goat Hill, by Alice Hier- aS?
gins Rice ^$
The Lady l)ne, by Lockhart
And many other good BOOKS of popular writers.
I want all the trappers and dealers to know, that I
will pay them at home New York prices, for their furs.
I have been in the Business 23 years, and a trial .ship?
ment 1 will convince yon "who to sell your furs to"
Reference. The Merchants and Fanners Hank, Rich
G. W. BALL
Being Given Away
l<> (hose wlio ncl n* tin* local representatives ol
Everybody's Ma^a^ine and The Delineator?all in
addition to liberal commissions. Le us show yoo
how yon can
Secure a Share
simply by foi warding the subscriptions of your friends
and neighbors and collecting the renewals oi our
present pnb'cribers. Try (ol THIS month's prizes.
There are lots of ] riz -s that can I e won only by per?
sons living in to vs same size as \our own. Write at
o c> to the
Butterick Publishing Company
I'utterick Building, New York City
Local News I
Miss Margaret Earnest, of
Castlewood, is hero as the guest
of Mrs. A. R. Higginbotham. |
W. J. Higginbotham, es(|., of
Cedar Hlulf, was a visitor lo
John D. Scott, esq., of Snll
ville, was a recent visitor to the
All accounts made with us in
L912 must lie promptly settled.
The Tazewell Supply Co.
Mrs. Rose White Scott, of
Norfolk, is the guest of her
parents, A. 1!. White and wife.
She will return in a few days.
A. B. Buchanan has been con?
fined to his home on Tazewell
avenue for several days with a
severe attack of the grip.
WANTED One second hand
incubator. F. II. Forbes, North
Miss Jessie O'Koetfe has re?
cently returned from a visit to
her brother, (I. Wharton O'Keeffe
at Eckman, W. Va.
Dr. C. A. Thompson, after
several weeks illness, has re?
covered sufficiently to be able to
return lo his office.
I Dr. W. I. Hall and family, of
North Tazwell, left last week
for Inverness, Flit., where they
are spending the cold winter
Kesmet Flour and Old Herm?
itage Coffee both have proven
very satisfactory indeed. Give
them a trail. The Tazewell Sup?
Mrs. R. W. Shermantine, of
Sparks, Md., is the guest of her
brother. H. I'eery. at North
Tazewell and other relatives in
Look and Lincoln wagons, Du
Font dynamite fuse and caps for
sale. Ihe best is always cheap?
est. The Tazewell Supply Co.
W. B. Church, of Big Stone
I Gap, has moved his family to
Tazewell and has taken charge
of the harness shop of Peery &
Conrad Tynes, who was taken
ill while on a recent business
; trip to Clintwood, returned to
: his home here hist Thursday
Standard granulated sugar
barrel lots, 5 1-2: same in LOO
lb lots, 5.60; same iu 25 lb lots,
1. 15. The Tazewell Supply Co.
Captain A. J. Tynes, who has
been ill at the home of his son.
Dr. A. L. Tynes, in Staunton.
? has improved greatly, and will
'return to his home here in a few
T. A. Caudill, of Frostburg,
Md., arrived in the county Mon?
day, and was the guest here
Tuesday and Wednesday of his
brother, J. B. Caudill. Mr.
Caudill is connected with one of
the leading railroads of Mary?
land, lie will be in the county
Lillian, the young daughter of
George W. Lewis, is extremely
ill at her home on Tazweell
avenue with scarlet fever. Strict
quarantine measures are being
exercised by the Hoard of Health
to prevent a spread of the dis?
The barn belonging to J. S. j
Gillespie on the John Barns:
place in the cove, was burned]
last Saturday night, entailing a
loss of $2,51)0. No insurance wasi
carried. The fire is believed tol
be of incendiary origin.
C. W. Boothe, of Witten'sj
Mills, was here Wednesday on
business. The gentleman hasj
completely lost the use of one of
his eyes, and now has to have'
members of his family do his I
reading for him.
A plan is on foot to consolidate
the Pythian lodges of Tazewell
and North Tazewell. It is pro?
posed to move the Tazewell to
Peter Williams and wife have
moved into the home of Joseph
T. Wright, which they will oc?
cupy, while Mrs. Wright and
the children are the guests of
relatives at Gulport, Miss.
Mr. Garst, who has been agenl
of the Southern Express Com?
pany here for the past two years,
will leave in a short time to ac?
cept a similar position at Key?
stone. His strict attention to
business has made him many
friends in Tazewell who hope
that his sentence at Keystone
will be short.
E. P. Stroman, who married
Miss Evelyn Kitts here several
years ago, underwent an oper?
ation for appendicitis in the
Lewis-Gale hospital in Roanoke
a few days ago, according to in?
formation received here. He was
taken suddenly ill in West Vir?
ginia and rushed to Roanoke for
treatment. Miss Jennie Kitts, of
T azwell, is in Roanoke. The
sick man n said to have been |
better at last reports.
Dr. John E. Jackson is inj
Richmond all end i r,g t ho meeti ng,
of the State Hoard of Pharmacy.
John D. Daily, who has been'
seriously ill at his home in
Baptist Valley, is better.
E. L. Slaughter, and Miss Ida
Eaton, of Honaker, who had
I been to Bluefleld on a pleasure
trip, stopped off in Tazewell
yesterday morning and were
married at the Jelforsonville
hotel by Dr. Wiley.
I The Amuzu has succeeded in
getting "The Woman In White",
taken from the novel by Walker
Collins. This is the greatest 2
reel feature ever produced by
the Thanhouser Co., and will
I he shown at the Amuzu Friday
Dr. E. E. Wiley, pastor of the
Methodist church, has been in?
disposed for the past few days,
! not being able to fill his appoint
| ment last Sunday.
John Savers, esq., of Mayes
ville, Ky., who has been the
! guest of relatives in the county
since Christmas, was here
yesterday, and expects to return
to Iiis home in a few days.
WANTED 200 bushels of
nice, firm apples. Also chickens,
eggs and butter. Highest market
price paid. Tazewell Produce Co.
It will only cost 2 cents to
send samlpcs of grass seeds to
Blacksburg and have them
analyzed. We will be glad to
. furnish samples from our stock
! to any farmer who is progressive
and thrifty enough to find out
what kind of seeds he is sowing.
Star Milling Co.
! James Cousins, the reliable
plasterer and brick mason,
commenced work on ? he P.rit tain
I house the lirst of the week, and
promises to have it ready for
occupancy in a shoi t time.
Would like to have your
opinion on the best line of wall
paper that ever came to town.
Lei me show von.
J. F. Alexander.
Mrs. Hannah Teets, the first
lady printer to visit Tazewell, is
setting type on the Republican.
Several years ago, she married a
son of the well known circus
man, who has frequently been
in this town with his wagon
show. Young Teets has recently
I lost his eye sight, and is at
present traveling with the show
, in Alabama.
L. I). Ball, of 'Steelesburg,
was here Tuesday. In transact?
ing business within this office
Mr. Ball lei the fact be known
that he has been a subscriber of
this paper for well, it's been so
long that he don't care to bring
back to memory the days when
he was a boy, barefooted and
with stone bruises on each heel.
Contrary to former notice 1
expect to be in Burke's Garden
and hold the regular service at
Central church at 11 a. m next
Sunday, 26th, when the con?
gregational meeting postponed
I because of rain on the second
I Sunday will be called and it is
urged that all members who
possibly can be present.
E. L. RITCHIE.
A. G. Kiser wishes the fact to
be known that he is rapidly be?
coming himself again, after
treatment in a Richmond hos?
pital, and not in as bad health
as indicated by an item in this
paper last week. He will
probably be out in a few days,
and give the man who gets the
courthouse contract a lively
j Car load of ready mixed
[paints, linseed oils varnishes,
outside porch and inside floor
paints, stains etc., including
I several different kinds of roof
paints. Buying in large quan
tites enables us to make low
prices. The Tazewell Supply Co.
Wilson Barnette, the two
months old baby of Brown
I Barnette, died at its home here
last Thursday afternoon, after
I an illness of several days. The
! little fellow, a namesake of
President-elect Wilson, had a
formation near one of its ears,
which the doctors tried in vain
to heal, and which caused its
A young child of William
Kimball had a narrow escape
from serious injury last Friday,
by having its leg severely mash?
ed by a stove falling upon it.
It's mother was in the act of
moving the slove when one of
the legs became loosened, and
the stove toppled over on the
little girl, who happened to near
it. It was thought at first that
it'a log wai broken, but it has
developed that such is not the
John Whittington, one of Uie
old "prints", well known to the
fraternity in this part of the
Untied States, blew into town
the other morning, and is stick?
ing tvpe for Captain O'Brien.
"Whitt", in his balmy days could
hold cases with the best of em,
but the Wanderlust has kept him
ion the move, 'till he seldom
[spends two Sundays in the same
Closing Out At
Wo are going to retire from business on
April 1st 1913, and from this time on we will
offer our entire stock of Staple and Fancy
merchandise at actual first COST.
Our stock consists of various articles of
household use, including China, Silverware,
Cut glass, Rugs, Table linens, all kinds high
class enameled ware, mens furnishings, etc.
The reputation of the goods we have carried
is so well known that it need not be re?
J E RAVFR (ft* CO
Pocahontas, January 21. An
noncementa have been received
here of the approaching mar?
riage of the Rev. Custis Fletcher
to Miss Margaret Presley, at
Temple, Texas. The wedding
will take place in that city on
the the 26th of next Jan nary.
Seed Oats and Grass Seeds.
We feel that we have a right
to be proud of the quality of our
seeds. We do not spare expense
when it comes to buying our
seeds, and all we ask is a com?
parison of quality and price. We
do not claim to have all the good
seeds, but we do claim to have
the best on the Tazewell market.
Get your order in earlly. Star
Miss Jackson's Musical.
Miss Ressie Jackson's music
class of the High School gave a
recital in the High School chapel
Wednesday afternoon, to which
a number of the patrons and
pupils of the school were present.
The following program was
With Drums and Colors Flying,
Duet, Flying Doves.Heins |
The Drum Major,.Engel |
Kntherine St. Clair
puat \ Air from Freischutz, .. Weber I
i Air from Liebestrnnk, Donizetti
Mary Coulling, Martha Coulling
I Have You Seen My Kitty ?... Bugbee
jjuet ' Little Haymakers, Smallwood
i Gipsy Life.Sartorio
Martha Leecc, Elizabeth St. Clair
The Royal Hunt.Holzer
I Duet, Beverie.Behr
Happy Day Waltz.Bugbee'
A Quiet Nook. Rowe [
Spinning Song, .Ellmcnreich
Annie Howe Surface
j A Summer Evening,.Mclntyre
I Tr?umerei.? .
1 ? Schumann
Duet, Fanfare, Rondo Militaire,
Car of Corn and Oats Coming.
Our last car of corn went like
hot cakes. The price and quality
were right, and parties who got
corn out of this car were lucky.
Prices on the car coming will be: |
100 bushel lots at 67 l-2c per.
bushel; 50 bushel lots at 70c per,
bushel. You will see higher,
prices before long. Our prices
are for cash at the warehouse. I
Star Milling Co,
One-way Spring Colonist Tickets on Sale Daily March
15 to April 15, 1913 to points in Western Montana,
Idaho, Washington! Oregon, British Columbia.
Round-Trip Homeseekers' Tickets on Sale ist and
3rd Tuesdays each month to many points in the North?
west United Stales and Canada. Long limit and stop?
overs. Travel on the
Northern Pacific Ry.
and connecting lines, to
Minnesota, Nort Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Wash?
ington, Oregon, or to Manitoba, Saskatchewan,
Alberta, British Columbia.
Will send free illustrated literature about the Northwest
United States and full information about Northern Pucitic rates
of fare and service promptly upon request. It costs you nothing
W rite today.
M. J. COSTELLO, Dist. Pass'r. Agent, 40 E- 4th Ave-,
J C EATON. TravlinR Immig. Agent, 40 E- 4th Ave-,
Wire! Wire! Wire! E/ery
farmer in this county who knows
anything about Page wire will
recommend it above all other
makes. Two grades, prices rock
bottom. Star Milling Co.
Pounding Mill Items
H. W. Christian, of this place,
has received the sad intelligence
of the death of his cousin Al
marine Franklin Jones, which
took place on the 3rd inst. at
his home at Monida, Montana,
the disease being pneumonia.
He married Miss Martha Russell,
of Cedar Bluff and moved west
42 years ago, and with his wife
and daughter, Miss Jessie, visit?
ed his native state for the first
and last time two years ago. He
was about 62 years of age and
very wealthy. His daughter is a
graduate and has married since
she was here.
R. B. Hendricks, of Richlands,
was a business visitor to our
town on yesterday and guest of
W. B. Steele and wife to dinner.
He went West about 30 years
ago, but on account of his wife's
declining health returned to
Virginia about nine years ago.
He has a prosperous business in
the meat market trade at Rich-1
lands His friends here tell him |
he as a striking resemblance of ?
our former and deceased presi-'
dent, Crover Cleveland.
On account of the rain and
mud there were not as many as
was hoped for at the W. C. T. |
U. oa Friday night. However,
two took the plegde and three
others want to take it. We may
perhaps give you the program
next week, as time and space |
forbid it now.
Mrs. Tom England,
Whitjwood to look
lister, Mrs. Ward, has
nek but is better.
We are in receipt of a very
interesting communication from
J. H. Hampton, who is spending
the winter at Fort Myers, Fla.,
which we are compelled to leave
over until next week through
lack of space.
brings the light of other
days around you when you
bear the sweet strains of
music from a
and to hear one is to want
Let us show you what the
expenditure of very little
money will do for your